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Jan 27, 2013 12:00pm EST
into israel, coming to israel and into jerusalem, and i'm sure they could have shut it down if they had wanted to. >> host: in this corner of the world, it's always in some conflict and the word terrorism is always mentioned. here, you found that they had interest in nonviolence. >> guest: yes. including one of the students who had worked with me, had taken my class and i had taken him to india, a student from ramallah. so i had a palestinian student i had taken, him to india to study gandhi. and he comes back to his hometown in ramallah and he is now one of the leaders of a nonviolent movement on the west bank. >> host: there so much -- [inaudible] and how did it turn out? >> guest: well, he got arrested. that's what happens. it was a way of challenging the discrimination against palestinians and a nonviolent way. >> host: we didn't get to your being on the mall again when the monument was dedicated. you helped designed to did you have anything to do with the drum major complex? >> guest: i tell the full story of the, all the good and the bad, you know, you see part of your vision
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2013 10:00pm EST
really. i had a little bit of trouble getting in. but once we got into israel israel, coming through israel into jerusalem, they just chose not to oppose it. i'm sure they could have. >> host: always read your conflict the word terrorism is always mentioned. here they had interest in nonviolence. >> guest: including one of the students who had taken with my class and took a student from india. palestinian student going with me to him to indiana and comes back to his hometown and now one of the leaders of student non-violent movement on the west bank and staged the freedom riots and the west bank. >> host: he did? >> guest: he got arrested of course. but it was a way to challenge the discrimination in the nonviolent way. >> host: we did not get to you being on the mall again when the monument was dedicated. did you have to do anything about the drum major conflict? >> guest: i tell the whole story. part of the vision set in stone and the
CSPAN
Jan 20, 2013 9:00pm EST
getting in but once we got into israel coming to israel and jerusalem they chose not to oppose it to a i'm sure that they had shut it down if they wanted to >> host: the word terrorism as always mentioned. here you found the interest in nonviolence. >> guest: yes, including one of the students that had worked with me in the class and i had taken him to india. a student from ramallah so i had a palestinian student in hindu india and he comes back to his hometown in ramallah and now she is one of the leaders of the nonviolent movement and on the west bank and he staged the freedom ride. >> host: how did it turn out? >> guest: they got arrested of course. that's what happens. but it was a way of challenging the discrimination against palestinians in a non-violent way. >> host: there's so much to talk about. we didn't get into your being on the mall again that was dedicated. did you have anything to do with the major -- >> guest: i tell the full story of that, all the good and bad and we see part of the vision set in stone and we see the things that were set in stone that or not a part of
CSPAN
Jan 21, 2013 12:00am EST
getting in, but once we got into israel and coming through israel into jerusalem it was not to oppose it. i'm sure they could have shut it down if they wanted to. >> host: we always hear of some conflict and the word terrorism is always mentioned. here you found the net interest and nonviolence. >> host: >> guest: including one of the students that had taken my class and i had taken him to india. a student from ramallah so i would take him to hindu and he comes back to his home town of ramallah and is one of the leaders of the nonviolent movement on the west bank and stays the freedom ride in the west bank. >> host: how did it turn out? >> guest: i got arrested of course, but it was a way of challenging the discrimination against the palestinians in a non-violent way. >> host: there is so much to talk about. we didn't get to your being on the mall again when the monument was dedicated. did you have anything to do with the drum major concord? >> guest: i tell the story of that, the good and that and you see part of the division and of the things that are set in stone -- >> host: how did y
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